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women cricket team beats NZ’s Canterbury

women cricket team beats NZ’s Canterbury

KARACHI, (DNA) : A brilliant bowling performance by Sadia Yousuf, followed by collective batting effort, helped Pakistan women team start off the New Zealand tour with 6 wickets win over Canterbury Magicians. In the warm-up match played at Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Lincoln, the hosts Canterbury Magicians were bowled out for 192 after Pakistan won the toss and elected to field first. Sadia Yousaf grabbed five wickets for 45 runs. Sana Mir claimed two wickets for 21 runs. Chasing a target of 193, Pakistan were provided a decent opening start ofRead More


CPLC report shows mobile snatching in Karachi

CPLC report shows mobile snatching in Karachi

KARACHI, (DNA) : The Citizens Police Liaison Committee (CPLC) has released a report on mobile phones snatched between the period of January and October in Karachi, reflecting an unending trend in street crime and mobile snatching. According to the CPLC report, 29,536 mobile phones were snatched from January till October. In the month of January, 3,138 phones were snatched, while the figure for February stood at 2,917. 2,882 mobile phones were snatched in March, while in April the number stood at 2,839. Figures for the months of May, June andRead More


Why Kids Feel the Loss a Pet So Deeply

Why Kids Feel the Loss a Pet So Deeply

NOV 06, (DNA) – For kids, the loss of a pet can be devastating. And new research shows that part of the reason is that children may see pets as their best friends. For example, one 13-year-old boy in the study told a researcher that when his cat died two years ago, he felt as though his “life was over,” according to the findings. The new results show that kids “often see themselves as the center of their pet’s affections,” study author Joshua Russell, an assistant professor of environmental studiesRead More


Stem Cell ‘Patches’ Could Help Injured Hearts

Stem Cell 'Patches' Could Help Injured Hearts

Patching up a failing heart is no easy task, but now, researchers are using a new combination of cells to make grafts of heart tissue. In a new study, they used these grafts to fix failing hearts in guinea pigs. The results might one day allow researchers to engineer heart muscle grafts that could help to heal hearts in human patients with heart failure, the researchers said. Heart failure is commonly caused by a heart attack, and the condition affects more than 5 million people in the United States, accordingRead More


Poland, Pakistan enjoy historical relations, says Ambassador

ISLAMABAD, NOV 06 (DNA) -Ambassador of Poland Mr. Piotr Opalinski has said relations between Poland and Pakistan and deep rooted and historical adding  in 1948 Prime Minister Liaquat Ali Khan sanctioned an agreement with exiled members of the Polish Air Force in the UK to build newly established Pakistani Air Force.   He expressed these views while giving an interview to DNA. Poland will celebrate its national day on November 11.   The Polish ambassador said, experienced pilots and engineers, who tested their skill and courage during the II WorldRead More


Did Many Energy Drinks Trigger Liver Problems?

Did Too Many Energy Drinks Trigger Man's Liver Problems?

A 50-year-old man developed a condition called acute hepatitis after consuming energy drinks regularly for three weeks, according to a new report of the man’s case. Acute hepatitis, or inflammation of the liver, can be caused by the consumption of a wide range of drugs and dietary supplements, including certain vitamins, according to the report. In some cases, the condition can lead to acute liver failure, which can be deadly. The man told doctors in the emergency room that he had been feeling sick for two weeks, with symptoms thatRead More